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Governance groups have welcomed two electoral law reform bills passed by parliament yesterday describing them as a key step to shape the direction of the 2025 general elections.

Twenty-four football coaches have been cleared to lead in the TNM Super League beginning next year after attaining the CAF B Coaching License.

The Electricity Generation Company Malawi Limited (EGENCO) has announced that there will be an emergency outage of Nkula B power station from 15th to 19th December which will result in temporally removal of 100 megawatts from the national power grid.

The 2021 annual NGO sector report by the Non-Governmental Organizations Regulatory Authority shows that 52 percent of active NGOs in the country still keep sources of their funding a secret.

The 20, 000-seater Thyolo stadium is expected to be completed in February next year following the revision of the budget from K2.6 billion to K5. 6 billion.

A grouping of Catholic bishops in the country, the Episcopal Conference of Malawi-ECM, says it shares frustrations that Malawians have on the way the fight against corruption is being handled in the country.

Parliament has passed the 2022/2023 revised national budget which has been increased by 12.3 billion kwacha from the initial 2.84 trillion kwacha to 2.85 trillion kwacha.

Climate Change Worry CSOs

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have expressed concern over the effect of climate change, saying is causing untold misery to people as manifested in frequent occurrence of climate-related hazards like tropical storms, erratic rainfall and dry spells.

Malawi's celebrated reggae powerhouse, the Black Missionaries Band, is scheduled to leave the country on December 8 for performances in Durban, South Africa.

Malawi's celebrated reggae powerhouse, the Black Missionaries Band, is scheduled to leave the country on December 8 for performances in Durban, South Africa.

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